Sanctions

pic8632. March for sanctions

pic8632. March for sanctions

Two thousand Wales AAM supporters marched through Cardiff demanding that the British government impose sanctions against South Africa on 27 June 1986. The march followed a report by the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group mission to South Africa that concluded that Commonwealth countries should impose sanctions. It was timed to coincide with the AAM Festival of Freedom in London the following day.

pic8633. March for sanctions

pic8633. March for sanctions

Two thousand Wales AAM supporters marched through Cardiff demanding that the British government impose sanctions against South Africa on 27 June 1986. The march followed a report by the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group mission to South Africa that concluded that Commonwealth countries should impose sanctions. It was timed to coincide with the AAM Festival of Freedom in London the following day.

pic8611. March and Festival for Freedom in Namibia and South Africa

Thousands of people joined the AAM’s ‘March for Freedom’ from Hyde Park to Clapham Common on 28 June 1986. The march was the culmination of a month-long campaign for sanctions against South Africa. They called for an end to all British support for apartheid. At Clapham Common 250,000 took part in a Festival for Freedom with a star-studded programme organised by Artists Against Apartheid.

pic8612. March and Festival for Freedom in Namibia and South Africa

Thousands of people joined the AAM’s ‘March for Freedom’ from Hyde Park to Clapham Common on 28 June 1986. It was the culmination of a month-long campaign for sanctions against South Africa. They called for an end to all British support for apartheid. At Clapham Common 250,000 took part in a Festival for Freedom with a star-studded programme organised by Artists Against Apartheid.

pic8613. March and Festival for Freedom in Namibia and South Africa

Thousands of people joined the AAM’s ‘March for Freedom’ from Hyde Park to Clapham Common on 28 June 1986. It was the culmination of a month-long campaign for sanctions against South Africa. They called for an end to all British support for apartheid. At Clapham Common 250,000 took part in a Festival for Freedom with a star-studded programme organised by Artists Against Apartheid.

pic8614. March and Festival for Freedom in Namibia and South Africa

Thousands of people joined the AAM’s ‘March for Freedom’ from Hyde Park to Clapham Common on 28 June 1986. It was the culmination of a month-long campaign for sanctions against South Africa. They called for an end to all British support for apartheid. At Clapham Common 250,000 took part in a Festival for Freedom with a star-studded programme organised by Artists Against Apartheid.

pic8621. March and Festival for Freedom in Namibia and South Africa

The platform at the AAM’s Festival for Freedom on Clapham Common on 28 June 1986. 250,000 people heard performers including Sting, Billy Bragg, Maxi Priest, Gil Scott-Heron, Audio Dynamite and Hugh Masekela. The programme was organised by Artists Against Apartheid.

pic8615. March and Festival for Freedom in Namibia and South Africa

250,000 people attended the AAM’s Festival for Freedom on Clapham Common on 28 June 1986. Performers included Sting, Billy Bragg, Maxi Priest, Gil Scott-Heron, Audio Dynamite and Hugh Masekela. The programme was organised by Artists Against Apartheid.